We’re just a few days away from the end of the year — and decade — and it looks like the forecast won’t be too hard on Edmontonians in the final days of 2019.
Thankfully, the snow has given Edmonton a break, but low temperatures are still expected to round out the year’s end.
Whether you’re looking to enjoy some outdoor family fireworks or get out to some fun parties on New Year’s Eve, here’s what the weather will look like in the days leading up to and including the last day of the year.
According to Environment Canada, wind chill will result in a cold weekend, including a windchill of up to -14°C overnight Friday.
The sun will stop by over the weekend, and things will start to warm up Monday at 0°C before three straight days of above-zero temperatures.
New Year’s Eve is expected to be cloudy but will have a high of 4°C, keeping things cool, but not too cold to enjoy some festive activities to ring in the new decade, before a mix of sun and cloud sets in on the first day of 2020.
No snow and a few days of above-zero temperatures?
We’ll take it.